Landscaping takes priority in Ohio park

06/2/2010 | Blade (Toledo, Ohio), The

Landscapers are working hard at Cedar Point, a vintage amusement park in Ohio, to plant trees and bushes of all sizes to appeal to the 3 million visitors who flock to the park each year. The work included a 32-foot-by-50-foot American flag planted with red and white begonias and blue ageratums. Also, hybrid tea roses have been replaced by nearly 500 of the Knock Out variety -- easy-care bloomers that are not susceptible to diseases such as black spot.

View Full Article in:

Blade (Toledo, Ohio), The

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Business

Job Title Company Location
Director, Workforce
AIA
Arlington, VA
VP of Video Content Distribution
Calkins Media
Levittown, PA